Bruny Island is well regarded as a foodie paradise with the pristine waterways, meadows, clean air and talented artisans producing the islands bounty. Your gourmet getaway begins as you drive off the ferry and south to the House of Whisky, Get Shucked Oyster Bar, Bruny Island Cheese Co, Fudge Shop, Berry Farm, Hotel Bruny and Bruny Island Wine Bar and Grill. Groceries can be purchased at Adventure Bay Store, Alonnah Shop or if you're arriving late can be bought from Salamanca Fresh in Hobart. Hundred Acre Hideaway provides all guests with a pantry of complimentary supplies including pasta, rice, oils, seasonings, cereals, long life milk, teas and freshly ground coffee. “Hunt and gather” by day as you tour the island. Enjoy lunch at the local Vineyard, dine at the waterfront pub or retreat to Hundred Acre Hideaway for a BBQ or local platter at dusk.

Ross, Felix and Sophie


Our neighbour Ross O'Meara of Gourmet Farmer fame makes a range of pork products from the free range, rare breed pork he raises just down the hill from Hundred Acre Hideaway. Formerly a chef at a London Michelin star restaurant, Ross has made Bruny Island home. His idyllic farm is modelled on the tradtion of a European small hold property where integrity and quality is paramount. Toulouse sausages and dry cured bacon are also sourced from Long Name Farm. Pre-order a breakfast  hamper through Hundred Acre Hideaway and your order will be delivered to your hideaway ready for you to cook at your leisure. A true paddock to plate experience.


2 Chipolata or Toulouse sausages (subject to availability), 2 dry cured bacon, 4 free range eggs, freshly baked bread, seasonal garden greens, butter. Serves 2. $35.


 Bruny Island lamb cutlets are served accompanied by seasonal salad, fresh bread and dessert.  $50 for two people.